• Wolcott Academy - Chicago, IL

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    Scope of work consisted of new masonry and masonry alterations of existing building being converted into a grade school academy. New masonry work included the addition of an elevator shaft built using 8” standard block and a trash enclosure built using 8” split-face concrete block. Masonry alterations consisted of creating new masonry openings to accommodate new windows and doors and infilling of existing window openings.

    masonry before and after restoration
  • Wolcott Academy - Chicago, IL

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    Scope of work consisted of new masonry and masonry alterations of existing building being converted into a grade school academy. New masonry work included the addition of an elevator shaft built using 8” standard block and a trash enclosure built using 8” split-face concrete block. Masonry alterations consisted of creating new masonry openings to accommodate new windows and doors and infilling of existing window openings.

    masonry before and after restoration
  • Naperville United Methodist Church - Naperville, IL

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    Scope of work consisted of erecting 8” and 12” split-face block exterior masonry walls on North, South, East and West elevations. Block and mortar were treated with an integral water repellent to eliminate water leakage through the walls. Walls were reinforced with 8” and 12” hot-dipped galvanized truss type wire horizontally and one (1) #5 rebar vertically every 32” O.C. Block cells with rebar were grouted solid.

    split-face block exterior masonry walls
  • St. Thomas Church - Lombard, IL

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    Scope of work consisted of masonry restoration on exterior façade of church. Restoration included chemical washing of exterior façade with New Masonry Restorer 202 as manufactured by Diedrich Industries; partial tuckpointing of deteriorated mortar joints; removal and replacement of deteriorated caulking; replacement of roof flashing; and sealing of entire exterior façade with Block Guard II once work was completed.

    masonry restoration on exterior façade of church
  • Goddard School - Joliet, IL

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    Exterior veneer walls were erected using a combination of utility size brick, Chestnut Velour and Clear Buff Velour. Approximately 600 S.F. of synthetic stone veneer was installed using Limestone as manufactured by El Dorado.

    school with brick and limestone
  • Goddard School - Joliet, IL

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    school with brick and limestone
  • Goddard School - Joliet, IL

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    school with brick and limestone
  • Grace Episcopal Church - Hinsdale, IL

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    4” stone veneer installed for the addition. Stone was laid in randon “ashlar” pattern using type ‘N’ mortar. The front entrance had 4” limestone installed with 8” CMU infill. Stucco was installed using El Ray Stucco Hardcoat Exterior Finish System Fiber 47 Presanded on the West elevation and the underside of the entrance canopy.

    church with stone veneer, limestone infill, and stucco
  • Grace Episcopal Church - Hinsdale, IL

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    church with stone veneer, limestone infill, and stucco
  • Korean Church of Chicago - Hoffman Estates, IL

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    12” and 14” walls were erected with 6” and 8” standard grey, smooth face concrete block and cut limestone at the North, South, East, and West elevations of the new addition to the existing building.

    concrete masonry church with limestone
  • Great Lakes Naval Base - Great Lakes, IL

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    Masonry restoration work being performed at Building #66 at Great Lakes Naval Base. The masonry restoration work consisted of tuckpointing, brick replacement and caulking.

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  • Nile Day Care Center - Nile, IL

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    New masonry and stucco for new daycare center. The checkerboard pattern accenting the entrances was achieved using 8” x 8” red and white glazed brick.

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  • Waubonsia Valley High School - Aurora, IL

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    This project included repairs to the exterior E.I.F.S. and caulking. The E.I.F.S. repairs included repairing cracks that had formed over the years. Caulking included removal of the existing caulk around window perimeters and control joints, installing closed cell backer rod, priming and caulking with Sonneborn CP.

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  • Aurora Fire Station - Aurora, IL

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    An addition to the existing structure and interior alterations were performed at this firestation. Time and effort were taken to ensure that the new materials matched with the materials of the older building.

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